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Hydroponic Plant Food Refills Coco and Seed

Hydroponic Plant Food Refills Coco and Seed

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You've been diluting and alternating your hydroponic plant food with water but now it's time for more. Each plant food pack is designed to be used with a 1-gallon container.

This contains two packets to be used for 2 gallons of hydroponic plant food. Dry nutrients are water-soluble.

This hydroponic plant food can be used on other edible plants in your garden. Reduce plant food by at least 50% when used for seedlings. Use full strength for full-grown plants with the reminder to continue to alternate between plant food and water to "flush out" the roots.



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What is hydroponics?

Hydroponics is growing plants without soil and using nutrients in the water to provide it with all the food it needs to grow.

What are the benefits of growing hydroponic plants?

There are several key benefits to growing In a hydroponic set up than soil:

• Save more water! Hydroponic plants use less water than soil based plants
• You can grow year round indoors
• Little to no pests as growing medium is sterile

Do I need grow lights?

Coco and Seed set ups are designed to be electricity free. No need for grow tents, grow lights, water bubblers, etc. The sun is the best resource that your plants will need. If you are low on sun light for full-sun loving plants, then supplementing with a full spectrum light can be beneficial but using a regular house lamp can help as well.

How much should I fill with water?

Create an airspace to allow the roots to breathe by not filling above the bottom of the net pot. The roots near the net pot are gathering oxygen while the roots submerged are gathering food. Use the laser cut out leaves as an indicator for your water levels.

How often should I water it? What should the watering schedule be? 

Always :) Due to the growing style they can’t ever be without water/food. Hydro comes from the Greek word "hudor" meaning water. Always make sure the plant has access to water or nutrient-rich water in the container and you'll have happy healthy plants.